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of the impacto group. and our own cbs news elections director anthony salvanto. we're coming to the end of the campaign 2012, and we've got it all on "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news in washington, "face the nation" with bob schieffer. >> schieffer: good morning, again. most of the country is looking forward to election day, or at the least, looking forward to the campaign being over. but in large parts of the northeast, it is still the aftermath of the storm that is in the forefront of many people's thoughts. at least 110 are dead, more than 2 million are still without power. close to 1 million in new york city alone. 80% of new york city subway service has been restored, but it may be days before gas shortages are rer stored and the national guard has been called in to keep order at gas stations. the storm has caused an estimated $20 billion in damages, plus an estimated $50 billion in economic losses to the region. the state of new jersey was hit hardest, and for more on that, we're going to ben tracy in tuckerton beach, good morning, ben. >> reporter: goo
crumbling the numbers our cbs news polling unit currently shows president obama looking narrowest a lead over challenger mitt romney. it could change over the next three days, of course. the promise and peril of high-tech vote prediction was first demonstratedded live on our air back in 1952. as martha teichner reminds us now in our sunday morning cover story. >> good evening, everyone. this is walter cronkite speaking to you from cbs television election headquarters, here in new york city. >> reporter: it wasn't just the first coast-to-coast broadcast of a presidential election and walter cronkite's first time anchoring on election night. it was the first time a computer was used to project the winner. >> this is the face of a univay. reporter: laughable now, ground-breaking then. >> univac, can you tell us what your prediction is now on the basis of the returns we've had so far? i don't know. i think that univac is an honest machine, a good deal more honest than a lot of commentators working. he doesn't think he has enough to tell us anything about. >> reporter: but the computer did ha
. >> stop moving jobs overseas, and some companies are starting to bring it back. >> the good news is coming from an unlikely source. how a robot could help land you a job. >>> from the cbs 5 weather center, good evening, everybody! we have in the forecast unseasonably warm weather. and unseasonably cool weather. we'll pinpoint that forecast as eyewitness news continues. ,,,,,, this is hayden. ,,,,,, that's elizabeth. and that's skyler... and his mom, nancy. they're just a few of the californians who took it on themselves to send you a message about what they need to restore years of cuts to their schools. prop thirty-eight. thirty-eight raises billions in new revenue - bypasses sacramento and sends every k through 12 dollar straight to our local schools... every school. for them. for all of us. for real people to do the >>> robots have long been considered the foes to job, since automation lessened the need for real people to do the work. but as joe vasquez shows us, that concept may have turned on its head. >> reporter: in the movies, some of them are smart. others are helpful. >> i could
. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, you need your house is he is an and you ,, and you are in. >> you're watching cbs 5 eyewitness news this morning. >> thousands of workers on strike right now. the contract dispute over benefits for union workers. >> obama and christie u.s. stood up. >> superstar sandy and the presidential campaign. two very different takes on how it may influence the election. >> and we got loose guys out the door right now. record highs in the next couple days, and then rain and clouds by the end of the week. what's up with the weather. we will tell you coming up next. >> welcome back to eyewitness news this morning. it is a clock, november 4th. i hope you've registered your path. i did and worried about all night long. >> i'm so much here. >> we have a lot to talk about. we'll talk more about prop 32. we had a lively discussion during the last half hour. we'll hear the other side of the story coming up. the very confusing proposition, one of many on the ballot. election day coming up on tuesday. >> we will also talk about hurricane sandy with former mayor brown and the impact it may have. >> let's
on cbs is sponsored by: >> [crowd noise]. >> verne: i wonder if that same moon is as visible over new york tonight? let's go back to the studio for this update with adam zucker. >> adam: the number 2 team in the bcs standings. john hubert of kansas state. 2 touchdowns to break open what was a tight game against oklahoma state. they lead by 17 now with under 9 to go in little manhattan. back to you, sir. >> verne: all right. 11:51 to go here. 1st and 10. lsu took the lead after a fumble recovery at the 10 yardline. that was a miss. >> gary: self-inflicted. >> verne: yes, and lsu hasn't turned the ball over. mettenberger hit 7 of his last 8 passes. that's a flag. >> gary: that's what they did in the championship game. jumping offside and making it first and 15. >> referee: number seven. 5 yards from the previous spot. sill first. -- still 1st down. >> gary: there you go. >> verne: my gracious! >> gary: number of plays. averaging 58 for the game. >> verne: the only other team that went above 300 yards against alabama? georgia southern. the first time it's happened since that game. copela
that excites. ♪ the good they did inspires us, prepares us and guides us. at new york life, everything we do is to help you keep good going. >> the home depot sec on cbs is sponsored by: >> [crowd noise]. >> verne: i wonder if that same moon is as visible over new york tonight? let's go back to the studio for this update with adam zucker. >> adam: the number 2 team in the bcs standings. john hubert of kansas state. 2 touchdowns to break open what was a tight game against oklahoma state. they lead by 17 now with under 9 to go in little manhattan. back to you, sir. >> verne: all right. 11:51 to go here. 1st and 10. lsu took the lead after a fumble recovery at the 10 yardline. that was a miss. >> gary: self-inflicted. >> verne: yes, and lsu hasn't turned the ball over. mettenberger hit 7 of his last 8 passes. that's a flag. >> gary: that's what they did in the championship game. jumping offside and making it first and 15. >> referee: number seven. 5 yards from the previous spot. sill first. -- still 1st down. >> gary: there you go. >> verne: my gracious! >> gary: number of plays. averaging 58 f
pinpoint forecasts as eyewitness news continues right here on the cw. ,,,, and as cbs 5 reporter patrik sedillo reports, the next generation of scientists is experimentin equa >> it was a gathering of the brightest indian best minds in the bay area, and the next generation of scientists is experimenting with gender equality. >> our future leaders are in this ballpark today. >> 30,000 participants turned out for the end of the 10 day day science festival at at&t park. >> all-caps-on and minds on where you get to the designs and engineers in the backyard. >> is an exhibit showing how dna testing works. this girl created a flood and the student assembled a whale from actual whale bones. science is becoming more popular because that is where the jobs are. >> we need scientists and engineers and mathematicians at chevron. >> with over 200 exhibits. hard to show everyone of them that the students actually built basketball shooting robots. >> we put this in six weeks of all the way from scratch. like prototyping, programming. >> the difference here from two or three decades ago, the presence
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